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17th Feb 20, 1:11pm
BNZ economists caution that the hit to the NZ economy from our worsening Big Dry could be as bad as the impact from coronavirus and they say a recession is a 'very real risk'
BNZ economists caution that the hit to the NZ economy from our worsening Big Dry could be as bad as the impact from coronavirus and they say a recession is a 'very real risk'
17th Feb 20, 1:11pm
17th Feb 20, 12:02pm
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Simon Bridges promises yet-to-be detailed tax relief if National's elected into government, saying average wage earners shouldn’t be paying 33%
Simon Bridges promises yet-to-be detailed tax relief if National's elected into government, saying average wage earners shouldn’t be paying 33%
17th Feb 20, 12:02pm
17th Feb 20, 11:44am
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Big increase in the number of Chinese citizens leaving New Zealand on a long term basis, Statistics NZ figures show
Big increase in the number of Chinese citizens leaving New Zealand on a long term basis, Statistics NZ figures show
17th Feb 20, 11:44am
17th Feb 20, 8:43am
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Roger J Kerr believes as the coronavirus economic impact plays out foreign exchange markets will recognise that the Kiwi and Aussie dollars have been oversold in the initial negative reaction to the outbreak of the virus
Roger J Kerr believes as the coronavirus economic impact plays out foreign exchange markets will recognise that the Kiwi and Aussie dollars have been oversold in the initial negative reaction to the outbreak of the virus
17th Feb 20, 8:43am
17th Feb 20, 8:17am
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Chris Trotter assesses the problems and options the Labour Party and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have with the SFO probing the NZ First Foundation
Chris Trotter assesses the problems and options the Labour Party and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have with the SFO probing the NZ First Foundation
17th Feb 20, 8:17am
17th Feb 20, 7:46am
Equities consolidate on Friday night but S&P500 manages to make a fresh record high. Global rates fall after soft US retail sales release. New COVID-19 cases fall for a 3rd day in a row – should be a boost to risk assets to start the week
Equities consolidate on Friday night but S&P500 manages to make a fresh record high. Global rates fall after soft US retail sales release. New COVID-19 cases fall for a 3rd day in a row – should be a boost to risk assets to start the week
17th Feb 20, 7:46am
17th Feb 20, 7:21am
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China virus infections seem to be peaking; economic consequences still building; EU trade surplus huge, growth tiny; US retail up, factories down; UST 10yr yield at 1.58%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
China virus infections seem to be peaking; economic consequences still building; EU trade surplus huge, growth tiny; US retail up, factories down; UST 10yr yield at 1.58%; oil and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
17th Feb 20, 7:21am
17th Feb 20, 6:33am
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Terry Baucher reports Inland Revenue gets curious about advances to shareholders, relents (a little) about cheque payments, and the cost of investing in Australian property rises
Terry Baucher reports Inland Revenue gets curious about advances to shareholders, relents (a little) about cheque payments, and the cost of investing in Australian property rises
17th Feb 20, 6:33am
16th Feb 20, 9:35am
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Yuen Yuen Ang sees three possible senarios in which Xi Jinping's hold on power is weakened or even broken
Yuen Yuen Ang sees three possible senarios in which Xi Jinping's hold on power is weakened or even broken
16th Feb 20, 9:35am
16th Feb 20, 6:02am
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ASB CEO Vittoria Shortt says in a low interest rate world where the bank's feeling a deposit margin squeeze, 'people need to be really careful about where they're putting their money and what returns are available and the risk profile attached to it'
ASB CEO Vittoria Shortt says in a low interest rate world where the bank's feeling a deposit margin squeeze, 'people need to be really careful about where they're putting their money and what returns are available and the risk profile attached to it'
16th Feb 20, 6:02am
15th Feb 20, 2:05pm
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Keith Woodford says COVID-19 is a black swan event that is likely to have larger effects across the New Zealand and global economy than currently recognised, but with New Zealand agri-food likely to be buffered
Keith Woodford says COVID-19 is a black swan event that is likely to have larger effects across the New Zealand and global economy than currently recognised, but with New Zealand agri-food likely to be buffered
15th Feb 20, 2:05pm
15th Feb 20, 10:39am
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Huang Yiping shows how Chinese online banks are using non-traditional data to broaden financial inclusion
Huang Yiping shows how Chinese online banks are using non-traditional data to broaden financial inclusion
15th Feb 20, 10:39am
15th Feb 20, 10:24am
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A compilation of information from Government agencies on how to respond and stay up to date on the coronavirus impacts on business
A compilation of information from Government agencies on how to respond and stay up to date on the coronavirus impacts on business
15th Feb 20, 10:24am
15th Feb 20, 9:57am
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Yu Yongding highlights three ways in which the country's policymakers can help to limit the outbreak's impact in China
Yu Yongding highlights three ways in which the country's policymakers can help to limit the outbreak's impact in China
15th Feb 20, 9:57am
15th Feb 20, 9:31am
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Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett casts an eye over the leveraged loan market looking for warning signs of trouble ahead
Harbour Asset Management's Simon Pannett casts an eye over the leveraged loan market looking for warning signs of trouble ahead
15th Feb 20, 9:31am
15th Feb 20, 8:53am
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The number of new homes being built in Auckland has increased by 63% over the last two years
The number of new homes being built in Auckland has increased by 63% over the last two years
15th Feb 20, 8:53am
15th Feb 20, 8:33am
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US retail sales up but factory production down; Canada house sales strong; China also battles air pollution; EU growth weak; mortgage rates cut in Australia; UST 10yr yield at 1.58%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
US retail sales up but factory production down; Canada house sales strong; China also battles air pollution; EU growth weak; mortgage rates cut in Australia; UST 10yr yield at 1.58%; oil unchanged and gold up; NZ$1 = 64.4 USc; TWI-5 = 70.2
15th Feb 20, 8:33am
14th Feb 20, 3:59pm
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; standout mortgage offers, PMI still negative, food prices jump, rents higher in provinces, $200 mln overbudget, swaps soft, NZD soft, & more
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; standout mortgage offers, PMI still negative, food prices jump, rents higher in provinces, $200 mln overbudget, swaps soft, NZD soft, & more
14th Feb 20, 3:59pm
14th Feb 20, 11:10am
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Akira Kawamoto notes that government's strict containment measures are disrupting supply chains and tourism across Asia
Akira Kawamoto notes that government's strict containment measures are disrupting supply chains and tourism across Asia
14th Feb 20, 11:10am
14th Feb 20, 10:00am
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Council of Trade Unions' Andrea Black on how employed people can end up paying disproportionately more tax than others do on their incomes
Council of Trade Unions' Andrea Black on how employed people can end up paying disproportionately more tax than others do on their incomes
14th Feb 20, 10:00am

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